May 032012
 

I recently wrote a piece on the Center for Inquiry blogs about people being unable or unwilling to read. A lot of the time people simply don’t read–and this hold implications for both skepticism and public discourse.

If you choose to, you can read it HERE. 

  One Response to “CFI Blog: People Don’t Read–And Why It Matters”

  1. As Stanislaw Lem’s trilemma states: “These days no one ever reads anything. If they read, they don’t understand. If they read and understand – they forget immediately.”

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